Cattolica Aquarium

Cattolica Aquarium



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Type of protected area - Where it is located

Privately managed aquarium
Region: Emilia-Romagna (Cattolica - Rimini)

The uniqueness that distinguishes the Cattolica Aquarium starts from its location within the complex built in the 1930s by the architect. Clemente Busiri Vici, as a marine colony XXVIII October to host the children of Italians abroad. Known as "Le Navi", a name deriving from the design of the buildings, whose shapes and their arrangement recall a dynamic naval fleet ready to sail the sea, it is considered an international cultural and architectural heritage.

Cattolica Aquarium (photo www.riviera.rimini.it)

Cattolica Aquarium

Description

The sea and its relationship with man are the elements that inspire all the paths of the Aquarium represented through 4 different exhibition areas of which the main one is represented by the varied marine world with over 3000 specimens of 400 different species of fish, coming from all the seas of the world. Clown fish, turtles, jellyfish, chameleons, frogs, penguins and large bull sharks can be seen.

Mappoa of the Aquarium of Cattolica

The Paths

BLUE PATH - close encounters
Over 100 display tanks. Sharks, Penguins, Turtles and Jellyfish are just some of the many protagonists of this exciting path. The blue path will show us the history of the planet and with it its biological evolution, reminding us through some tanks of the species still surviving after millions of years, such as the great sharks considered today as living fossils. Your visit will be a tour of the world under the surface of the water, starting from the Mediterranean Sea passing through the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Ocean up to the splendid and colorful coral reef of the Red Sea, populated by colorful organisms. Here all the aquarium tanks must be observed with great attention, especially the smaller ones, which meticulously recreate different environments, full of life and mystery. The aquarium therefore becomes not only a fascinating place where beauty shows its best, but an environment of observation and knowledge that allows man a greater contact with this world that is sometimes too far away.

Humboldt penguins

YELLOW PATH TO THE AQUARIUM - water courses
A journey to discover the waterways. An incredible area represented by 2 beautiful pools, the Caimani cubs and the most playful and tender mammals on the planet, the Otters, presented in their natural environments.
Thanks to the 2 new generation tanks, the yellow path becomes one of the most important of the Cattolica Aquarium. An important step for the mission of the Aquarium that through collaborations with other European aquariums wants to actively contribute to the conservation projects of many species. Attention immediately falls on the world of fresh water and on all those creatures that live there including the very nice Asian otters.

Otter with small oriental nails

GREEN ROUTE TO THE AQUARIUM - another world
A world to discover full of emotion and fun. Be amazed by chameleons, frogs, insects and snakes in a place full of charm and mystery. The new path dedicated to exotic animals was born in the 2009 season. Thanks to the green path, a new chapter of the fabulous world of nature opens, allowing, through observation and knowledge, a greater awareness of the heritage that the planet sees us delivering from generation to generation.

Leopard gecko

PURPLE PATH TO THE AQUARIUM - 2016 the exhibition Sharks: perfect predators
The exhibition "Sharks: perfect predators" is an engaging journey to discover the world of sharks up close. More than 30 specimens to touch with your hand, from the great white shark to the smallest existing, the pygmy shark.

Contacts:
Cattolica Aquarium
Website: www.acquariodicattolica.it
Piazzale della Nazioni, 1
47841 Cattolica (RN)
E-mail: [email protected]
Tel. 0541 8371


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